Speaking out is a way of expressing our thoughts by which one conveys a message to another person, to put a decision forward, to reflect our consent or any disapproval. Proper communication shows one’s concern regarding any matter which also favours establishing harmonious and emotionally stable relationships; be it at home or at official grounds. Silence can be mistakenly taken as a cold or insensitive gesture and sometimes it portrays you as a dumb person who is scared of being judged of his inefficacy. It doesn’t mean that one should never remain silent but being rightly outspoken, it can be dealt with patience and politeness. Right tone of voice never goes in vain. By speaking out, many confusions can be wiped off and one can easily open up for a confrontation. Making it as a habit of keeping things to the heart, creates a kind of heftiness on the mind and it has been discovered that such people, who don’t express themselves, are more susceptible to heart attacks and diabetes. Least expressing person eventually ends up in heavy alcohol drinking and smoking so as to feel relieved, but this in turn, makes their condition worse as it aggravates both vata and pitta dosha in their body, and their imbalance in turn results in depression, anxiety, aggression and malaise.